Traffic backs up on the Bonner Bridge near Nags Head, N.C., Saturday as people return to Hatteras Island following mandatory evacuations of the barrier island for Hurricane Earl.
With stones in his hand, a young Kashmiri protester hides his face with his T-shirt during a clash between Kashmiri protesters and Indian paramilitary soldiers Saturday in Srinagar, India. Dozens of people have died in anti-India demonstrations and clashes between security forces and protesters in Kashmir since June. Each death has triggered more protests despite a rigid curfew in the Kashmir valley.
A Pakistani girl takes shelter Saturday under makeshift tents at a camp for people displaced by floods at Shah Ghar village, Muzaffargarh district, Punjab Province, in Pakistan. More than 3 million people have yet to receive desperately needed food aid, according to the U.N., and the Pakistani government says nearly 1 million people have received no help of any sort.
Israeli Uzi Breier, employee of PrimeSense, uses his hands to control a screen June 21 in the company offices in Tel Aviv. Controlling your surroundings with the wave of a hand sounds like magic, but PrimeSense is already making headway, thanks to a little help from video games.
Galen Kipe demonstrates the use of an electronic cigarette in Asheboro, N.C. The 34-year-old has tried quitting a number of times, and eventually swapped real smokes for electronic ones.
Mexican makeup artist Cristian Jauregui, left, works on the mold of the zombie mask of Claudia Calvino, Cuban co-producer of the film “Juan de los Muertos” or “Juan of the Dead” Thursday in Havana.
Author Sara Paretsky and dog Callie are seen during an interview in October, 2010, at her Chicago home. Paretsky’s latest book, “Body Work,” is the 14th in her series about feisty female private detective V.I. Warshawski.
Lisa Flanders, Lawrence, visits the “Army Man” during the Lawrence Busker Festival. Lisa’s husband, Brent Flanders, submitted the photo.
Anna Mary Landauer leans against the mailbox at the Doege family farmstead. Her grandfather made the box when mail was delivered by carriers in horse buggies. Stakes in the ground behind the 92-year-old woman from Basehor foreshadow the removal of the barn on the left and modification of the larger barn to the right.
Head coach Turner Gill purses his lips as he makes his way from the field alongside tight end Bradley Dedeaux (87) and defensive coordinator Carl Torbush following the Jayhawks' 6-3 loss to North Dakota State, Saturday, Sept. 4, 2010 at Kivisto Field.
Trapped miner Claudio Yanez talks to his relatives during a video conference at the collapsed San Jose mine in Copiapo, Chile, in this photo provided by Chile’s government. Thirty-three miners have been trapped deep underground in the copper and gold mine since it collapsed Aug. 5.
Demonstrators hold up signs during a news conference Wednesday on the steps of New York’s City Hall. More than 50 leaders of Muslim organizations in New York City are defending plans by developers to build an Islamic community center near ground zero.
A handful of North Dakota State fans celebrate against a backdrop of Kansas fans as time dwindles late in the fourth quarter, Saturday, Sept. 4, 2010 at Kivisto Field. The Jayhawks dropped their home opener 6-3.
A group of young KU fans cheer for the women's volleyball team during KU's Jayhawk Classic volleyball action Saturday, Sept 4, 2010, against Chattanooga.
Kansas University teammates, from left, Natalie Becker, Tessa Turcotte, Kyra Kilwein and Lindsay Schaefer compete in the Bob Timmons Classic. Kilwein won the women’s 5K on Saturday at Rim Rock Farm.